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up, louisiana governor bobby jindal says it's time for his party to stop, quote, being the stupid party. ed he urges the republicans to reject intellectualism. except jindal is teaching creationism in his public schools. >>> the fiscal cliff, how much room is the left willing to give president obama on entitlement reform? what is the breaking point? on issues like social security and medicare? the president may have found out today when he met with them, labor and progressive leaders. we'll talk to one of the people in that room. fascinating stuff coming up here. >>> yes, people are looking forward to 2016, and the name on everybody's list and lips is hillary clinton. the nomination will be hers if she wants it. who doesn't know that? >>> finally, think we're all coming together after the election? not in texas where 60,000 people have signed a petition to secede from the union. what else is new? one gop official down there even wrote a column asking for an amicable divorce from what he called the maggots who elected president obama. they won't quit. read my lips, by the way, no n
, to rubio. >> bobbi jindal? paul ryan? >> but this is a beauty contest phase. it tells you nothing because the real decision will come when they decide on politics questions. you have already seen some push back against traditional republicans. they said, look, the problem was that we went with a moderate and did not get one of our own. that argument will come up over and over again. it will come up over immigration. there are some very strong people who are also going to fight. they have battles ahead of them. >> you have to be miss oklahoma before you can be miss america, charles. >> that is a very deep thought. >> i am loaded with them. >> i had not really contemplated it. you mean, christy who gave -- >> and don't go there. >> and chris christie is actually right now in quarantine. in about six months he will be ready to rejoin the race. one interesting about these candidates is there is not a stark ideological development -- division between them. there is not a single issue over which you go left or right. i think there is a consensus, what you start with ryan, rubio, jeb bush, jinda
governor bobby jindal, incoming chair of the governor's association says, quote, i think that's wrong. we have to stop dividing the american voters. we need to go after 100% of the votes, not 53%. and we need to continue to show how our policies helped every voter out there achieve the american dream. which is to be in the middle class. let's bring in our strategy panel, american spectator, contributor, editor j.p.freher. let's start with you, jp. the romney campaign saying he was e will be rating on what he said about the campaign's eftd to target key demographics. most specifically women. are free gifts what sealed the deal for president obama? >> well, i don't think this explains what happens in new hampshire. if you look at the turnout in ohio, for instance, romney had fewer votes than mccain. so it doesn't actually explain all that much regarding his loss. i think that romney is just sort of falling back on some bad advice, which he had been receiving through the campaign. it's a real shame. it also positions the party very poof poorly. i think what governor jindal said is very corre
governor bobby jindal. >> absolutely reject that notion that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. i don't think that represents where we are as a part and where we're going as a party. that's got to be one of the most fundamental takeaways from the election. >> joining us discuss all of this and more, republican strategic mark mckinnon co-founder of no labels which aims to get political leaders to stop fighting and start fixing. a lot needs to be fixed. i guess i wonder, as someone that has watched this election cycle, what you make of the ashes that have resulted at the end of it, which is to say, how does the republican party go on and what do they need to do from here? you see two various factions of the party, mitt romney on one side, someone like bobby jindal seemingly on the other? >> i come down squarely with governor jindal. the last thing the party needs to do is to be looking backwards, casting blame. there needs to be self-reflection and taking responsibility for the outcome, not blaming others. we need to expand the base. we need to be more diverse, tolerant. you know
expect from their governor. jindal goes on to heap praise on christie. jindal was one of the prominent republican attackers of mitt romney after mitt romney's big loss. and a ppp poll done this month in new hampshire finds chris christie leads the pack for his party's nomination in 2013. he has 20%. condoleezza rice at 13%. jeb bush, 11. paul ryan, 10%. joining me now is jonathan capehart. welcome to what i believe may be our very first 2016 republican presidential sweepstakes segment. we've seen some grumbling and saw some at the time, who were grumbling about chris christie and his partnership with president obama in dealing with the disaster in new jersey as a result of hurricane sandy. but you don't hear it now and the interesting thing is i didn't hear anyone of prominence quoted by name in criticizing christie that way. plenty of people including jindal, happy to criticize mitt romney by name. >> well, sure, after the election and remember when bobby jindal criticized mitt romney, it was after mitt romney had said something like really, really dumb. also, the other thing about ch
jindal, he slammed romney's comments. >> i absolutely reject that motion. that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. that is not -- i don't think that represents where we are as a party, and where we're going as a party. >> later, jindal said this to reporters. we've got to stop dividing the american voters. we need to go after 100% of the votes, not 53%. romney's supporter alfonzo algolar just on the program yesterday. saying he lost the election by making comments like that latinos. apparently governor romney doesn't understand why he lost. it was an odd thing for the way romney worded that. perhaps he didn't know people would be listening in on that. it does come across as bitter. and it's oddly laughable blaming voters for the president claiming the president delivered for them, as opposed to what mitt romney was saying. an odd decision. watch the 2016ers, by the way, like bobby jindal, watch them pile on romney. this is a softball for them, as they try to distinguish themselves as a new leader of the republican party. >>> another formidable opponent, senator john mccain, he'
elected louisiana governor bobby jindal as the chairman. just yesterday he slammed romney again, his claims that the loss was due to gifts the president gave to certain voters. today he said it's time for republicans to start looking toward the future. >> this is completely unhelpful. this is not where the republican party needs to go. you need to congratulate the president on his win. it was an impressive win. as a party we need to look forward. >> let me bring in our "news nation" political panel, white house editor for politico rachel and david. rachel, it was your paper, news blog that originally had the jindal comments and he goes on air. i don't know if that's doubling down or putting a face to your words, but nevertheless governor jindal has -- jon i don't know if it's love lost for mitt romney. what's the motivation? >> think about bobby jindal in the new position. the party is having a very public soul-searching after the election about how to bring in more hispanics, more latinos to show minorities and women voters that they are an all-encompassing party. here comes mitt ro
what does the party do next? we were talking about it, paul. i want to play something that bobby jindal, the governor of louisiana, someone who has been very prominent since the election had to say not just about the republican party but about their senate candidates. let's listen. >> we don't need a demonizer or to be saying stupid things. we had candidates in indiana and missouri had a said offensive things that not only hurt themselves and lost us two senate seats but hurt the republican party. >> okay. so he's talking about todd akin in missouri. richard mourdock who made rape comments that they should not have made. you are down there every day with senate republicans. despite the fact that they lost seats and everyone thought they would pick up seats, john cornyn was chairman of the campaign committee, moved up. why? >> when it comes to choosing those spots, those positions, those leaders, it is about i have known you for 10 or 12 years. and a certain bond and trust that happens there. that you just cannot replace and mitch mcconnell does that better than anyone inside the senate.
as governor jindal says on not being the party of stupid. former governor says the party needs a proctology exam. and now in a sign of party unity, they're all tripping over themselves to reject mitt romney's gift comments. >> we're in a big hole. we're not getting out of it by comments like that. when you're in a hole, stop digging. he keeps digging. >> sounds like he'd be happy if mr. romney stayed in that hole. but mr. goingrich one-upped him. >> i just think it's nuts. first of all, it's insulting. this would be like walmart having a bad week and going the customers have really been unruly. >> romney's comments are insulting. that from the man who coined the phrase "food stamp president." here's a little secret. a funny thing happened on the gop road to redemption. they're starting to show they're not really interested in change. take senator marco rubio, a republican front-runner for 2016. in an interview, he was asked how ould the earth is. rubio said, "i'm not a scientist, man. i can tell you what recorded history says. i can tell you what the bible says. but i think that's a dispute
, but it is being said. louisiana governor bobby jindal came out strongly against romney's comments wednesday and continued yesterday. >> this is unhealthy. this is not where the republican party needs to go. if you want voters to like you, the first thing you've got to do is to like them first. it's certainly not helpful to tell voters that you think their votes were bought. that's certainly not a way to show them that you respect them, you like them. we need to stop talking down to voters. i truly believe people on food stamps, on government assistance, don't want to be there. they're there because they don't have the ability to get better paying jobs. it's our responsibility to give them the education, give them the opportunities to have a better quality of life. >> then we have senator marco rubio of florida who offered a carefully worded reaction to romney, telling "politico," quote, i don't want to rebut him point by point. i would just say to you, i don't believe that we have millions and millions of people in this country that don't want to work. okay. and former mississippi governor,
, they included bobby jindal who was best known for totally blowing the republican response to the 2009 state of the union. >> good evening and happy mardi gras. i'm bobby jindal, governor of la louisiana. >> jindal has been the lead voice in the romney dissing, self-critical ameliorated gop. >> i absolutely reject that notion that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. >> this is completely not helpful. this is not where the republican needs to go. we need to stop being the dumb party. we need to offer smart, conservative, intelligent ideas and policies. that's how we win elections. we don't win elections insulting voters. >> a word to the wise or the wise-ish, throwing mitt romney off the deep end is the easy part. fixing the deeper problems may take some actual work. karen finney, now, grant eed mi romney's comments were objectively speaking pretty stupid. >> yeah. >> very telling it's this week that bobby jindal is saying we need to stop being the dumb party. as if there wasn't a lion's share of support for mitt romney up until this point. >> there wasn't dumb party stuff going on
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, during the next two hours, with among others, louisiana republican governor bobby jindal on the storm after the storm, and we have former general electric ceo jack welch on the economic storm he sees brewing and congressman charlie rangel on the government's stormy response to sandy. and how it reverberates, first the latest for you on what is going on. forget the dollars, the sandy thing is turning dire, very dire. over 100 dead and the count expected to go higher as rescue workers reach the flooded homes and, mayor bloomberg predicting more bodies will be found and president obama holding a conference call with the governors of new york, new jersey and connecticut. and, that '70s show in the garden state all over again. new jersey governor chris christie ordering odd-even gas rationing, to help ease incredibly long lines at the pump and license plates ending in odd numbers fill up on odd days and even numbers on even days, the changes go into effect less than two hours from now in 12 new jersey counties. and, governor mitt romney wrapping up an event in battle ground state of new je
the right. governor bobby jindal leads the republican backlash against mitt romney's excuse for not winning. why romney's claim of the president's, quote, gifts to blacks, latinos, women and young voters, might be an official hat hash tag fail. >> i don't think that represents where we are as a party and going as a party. >> new comments from the rnc about why romney really lost. we have new information from their official report, and guess what it's missing? the word "gifts." join our conversation on twitter. you can find us @tamronhall a and @newsnation. ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios . >>> welcome back, louisiana governor republican bobby jindal is going after mitt romney after romney was recorded telling donors that he lost election because president obama gave gifts to gain support of women, minorities and young people. msnbc is uncertain exactly when the call took place, but it was after the election. here'
't understand how anybody other than bobby jindal would be the only one who would step up to the plate. they all should step up to the plate. >> well, well-said. here is bobby jindal, one of the people who has distanced himself from this claim the only reason romney lost the race to president obama is because he was out bought. as you said, here is louisiana governor, jobby jindal. let's listen. >> i absolutely reject that notion, that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. i don't think that represents where we are as a party and where we're going as a party. and i think that's got to be one of the most fundamental take aways from the election. >> that's a good sign that a little republican diversity won't hurt. scott walker backed up jindal's comments saying the gop isn't just for people who are currently not dependent on the people, it's for all americans. andrea mitchell reports republican senator kelly ayotte distanced herself also from the gifts comment. >> so the you're not comfortable with what you heard him say? >> i don't know the full context of them but i don't agree with the
in that if you listen to governor jindal, it seems as though they're backing away and trying to tone down some of the rhetoric. but the rhetoric doesn't match it the the policies. they can't hold on to those kinds of policies. everybody has something at stake. the deadline is real now. >> this is not a small point. this idea that on the one hand, nothing changes. obviously this is the same actual human beings, the same people in the same positions as before because it's not post january 20th. but the outcome of the election does feel like it is fundamentally change the how power is operating. >> i think the other power dynamic that changed is speaker boehner's power has changed. he worked really hard to re-elect his caucus and got a majority of his caucus when a democratic president won in a difficult economy. he can say to his caucus follow me here. he's gotten things done in his career in washington. if you look at his power, his changing power within his caucus, he's going to be able to pull a few more members with him. i know there are definitely conservatives saying hey, we came to town o
governor bobby jindal, one of the lucky ones who dodged the bullet in mitt romney's selection of a running mate tells politico to stop being the stupid party. we cannot be, we must not be the party that simply protects the rich. it can't be tolerated within our party. we have also had enough of this dumbed-down conservatism, we need to stop insulting the intelligence of the voters. joining me now, msnbc's joy reed and ari melber. stop being the stupid party. that's a tall order now for the republicans, isn't it? >> yeah. bobby jindal, i guess he has coherent advice. i am not sure if you look at his stance, teaching creationism in public schools, not sure he is going to help them in his own state, and it's interesting that paul ryan sort of made these assertions that we didn't really lose, we actually won because the house of representatives, he made a good point. look at florida. all of the republicans in swing districts, people who were the most associated with paul ryan's ideas, people like allen west, for instance, lost. they lost in those swing districts because those guys, especially
romney lost this race. i think governor jindal hit it right. we need to talk about what brings us together. >> bill: as you may know, i did an analysis pretty much saying the same thing and i think that's what mitt romney picked up on and by the way, to put it in context, he was speaking to campaign donors. he was explaining look, you gave me all this money and i didn't win and one of the reasons was i couldn't overcome the entitlement society. that was my analysis as well. is that what you get tremendous amount of money flowing out of washington, into certain hands, that the hands that receive that money are not going to want it to stop. so therefore, they're going to devote, which they did, all the stats show they did, income under $30,000 overwhelmingly broke for barak obama. so i don't think the governor's analysis was wrong whereas governor jindal does think it was wrong. i think he's right on the money, mr. salesman. >> i think he lost for a couple different reasons. when the governor was talking about his agenda, it seemed like the campaign strategy was we're not going to l
jindal of louisiana and scott walker of wisconsin. plus, the president and congressional leaders try to pull back from the fiscal cliff. with 44 days and counting, we'll ask our sunday panel can a deal be made in time? and our power player of the week. killing us softly with her song. all right now on "fox news sunday." ♪ ♪ >> chris: hello, again, from fox news in washington. we'll talk with our guests in a moment. first the update on the tense military situation on the israel-gaza border. fox news correspondent leland vittert is on the scene with the latest. >> reporter: there is no question, this is a country on the brink of war. behind me are tankss maneuvering waiting for the order to head to the gaza strip. the iron dome intercepted rockets today but there been a dozen israelis injuried in the attack. the airstrikes continue to pound away. 70 palestinians dead. the israeli air force say they hit 1,000 targets so far. the ground war is just getting ready. the tankss armored personnel carriers moving to fighting position so far. there are 30,000 reservists drafted awaiting ord
. that belongs in the isn't it ironic file doesn't it? they will not build the -- bobby jindal, scott walker, rick perry, the governor of oklahoma -- >> yeah, somebody sent me an article last week, and it is actually a good gamble for them, because they have procrastinated so much now that it will be hard to get everything up and running by the beginning of january 2014, so they have to scramble, and they were procrastinating because they didn't think the president would win a second term. >> stephanie: because they were listening to orca. >> right. so the idea is turn it over to the federal government but it's actually strategically smart on their part because if it is a success, they are continue with it and take it over if it's a failure they can blame it on the federal government. >> stephanie: yeah the obama administration obviously had wanted them to build them, right, so they would have an incentive to make them work, but this way they can scapegoat in case things go wrong. again, didn't we used to try to govern this country in a way that was good for everybody?
jindal was out at a mike within hours. >> i absolutely reject that notion, that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. i don't think that represents where we are as a party and where we're going as a party. >> well, into which dimension the party is headed still remains very much up for question. let's get right to our panel. here in new york joy reid is the managing editor of thegrio.com. msnbc contributor ari melber is a columnist for "the nation." and in washington msnbc contributor jared bernstein, a senior fellow and former economist for vice president joe biden. ari, if i can start with you, let's set aside for the moment the racism and the contempt for his fellow americans. don't these kind of views ethically disqualify someone for the highest office in the land? i mean, e dee amin had a warmer attitude toward his electorate and he is said to have eaten some of them. >> i didn't expect the cannibalism right out of the gate. i agree with your premise, what kind of view not only of government but of society is this? you go out and ask the people who have fema helping them resp
jindal jumped on him. but not just that, but so did pretty much every republican in washington and elsewhere jumped on him. you're going to see a difference in tone from the republicans. and i don't know if that will work or not, but you're definitely going to see it. and you're already seeing the early signs of it. >> so then, peter, what is the first step in rebuilding the party? >> i think the first step in rebuilding the party is distancing itself from its last nominee, but also distancing itself from george w. bush. and this has been a big problem for the republicans is that they've always been a sort of loyalist party that sticks by their guys that was a big problem for mitt romney. it really sort of contained him and con stwland he could do, because he could never really say anything bad about george bush. the party right now is taking good first steps in distancing itself from a nominee who didn't do the job, didn't get it done. and they need to find something new. >> all right, guys. stick with me if you will. we're going to take a quick break. when we come back, why 2
'll talk with two leading governors bobby jindal of louisiana, and scott walker of wisconsin. plus, the president and congressional leaders try to pull back from the fiscal cliff. with 44 days and counting we'll ask our sunday panel can a deal be made in time. and our power player of the week, killing us softly with her songs, all, right now, on fox news sunday. ♪ >> chris: and hello, again from fox news in washington. we'll talk with our guests in a moment but first an update on the tense military situation on the gaza border. leland vittert has the latest. leland? >> reporter: chris, israel is very much a country on the brink of war. we have seen hundreds, if not thousands of tanks and personally carriers, ready to push into the gaza strip, in a moment's notice, because the airstrike simply did not stop the rockets flying out of gaza, towards israel. and the iron dome intercepted a number of those rockets today. however, about 8 or 10 got through, causing a half dozen injuries inside of southern israel. and, for the israelis, the airstrikes continued pounding away, day five of
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